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Canadian dream series part 5 - Ahmed Hussein
01/11/2013 - International report

Canadian dream series part 5 - Ahmed Hussein

Time now for the final part of our series looking at immigration in Canada, the Canadian Dream. Canada has one of the highest immigration rates per capita in the world.
Canadian dream series part 4 - Eliana Cuevas
31/10/2013 - International report

Canadian dream series part 4 - Eliana Cuevas

Some say Toronto is the most multicultural city in the world. The Canadian city is home to Eliana Cuevas from Venezuela.
Canadian dream series part 3 - Mona Tawfik
30/10/2013 - International report

Canadian dream series part 3 - Mona Tawfik

In the third in our five-part series on immigration in Canada, RFI travels to the capital, Ottawa, home to many different immigrant communities; including one of the largest from the Middle East.
Canadian dream series part 2 - Leo Bureau-Blouin
29/10/2013 - International report

Canadian dream series part 2 - Leo Bureau-Blouin

In part two of our Canadian Dream series we go to the provincial capital Quebec city, where the separatist party is currently in power. It has proposed a controversial Charter of Values.
Canadian dream series part 1 - Aneel Samra
28/10/2013 - International report

Canadian dream series part 1 - Aneel Samra

Canada has one of the highest immigration rates per capita in the world. It follows a policy of multiculturalism versus the US's "melting pot".
Nesta looks ahead to Brazil World Cup
21/09/2013 - Sports Insight

Nesta looks ahead to Brazil World Cup

From French-speaking Quebec, Canada, World Cup winner Alessandro Nesta's been talking to RFI about next summer's tournament in Brazil and about Italy striker Mario Balotelli.

H'Sao's Oria album cover
15/09/2013 - Report: Word Music Matters

H'Sao: Chadian swallows hit the right note

“Like swallows, we wanted to reach the highest mountain,” says Isra, the youngest member of this five-piece band from Chad. And they’re well on their way.

10/07/2013 - France

France seeks wolf hunters from North America

French authorities are considering advertising in North America or Eastern Europe for experienced wolf hunters.

Montreal council votes on controversial Maple Spring protest law
22/04/2013 - International report

Montreal council votes on controversial Maple Spring protest law

In 2012, student demonstrations protesting against a rise in tuition fees paralysed Montreal.
Canadian singer Mélissa Laveaux
21/04/2013 - World music matters

Canadian singer Mélissa Laveaux

Canadian singer-songwriter and guitarist Mélissa Laveaux speaks about her passion for killing and reinventing herself, as she brings out a new album Dying is a wild night.

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